All posts by CPEC Wire Staff

Why a warmer US-Pakistan relationship is a win for China

An improvement in ties between Islamabad and Washington may actually yield benefits for the China-Pakistan alliance.

/ July 26, 2019
CPEC and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

UAE-Based Companies Show Interest to Invest In Gwadar

“UAE Ambassador Hamad Obaid Ibrahim Salem Al-Zaabi on Tuesday said many companies in UAE are keen to invest in Gwadar and they recently visited Pakistan for the purpose. Al-Zaabi called on the Adviser to Prime Minister on Finance, Revenue and...

/ May 17, 2019
CPEC and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

US photos showed anti-ship missiles on Iranian boats near Chabahar

“U.S. intelligence photos showed anti-ship missiles on Iranian boats, one of the new Iranian threats that led the U.S. to deploy an aircraft carrier to the Middle East…. The photos taken by U.S. intelligence showed missiles had been placed aboard small...

/ May 16, 2019
CPEC and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

Imran Khan’s Approval Rating Stands at 58 Percent

Despite Pakistan’s economic difficulties, a majority of Pakistanis have a favorable view of Prime Minister Khan.

/ May 16, 2019
CPEC and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

China, India and the Future of U.S.-Pakistan Relations

Munir Akram, the former Pakistani permanent representative to the United Nations writes in DAWN: “America’s new hostility towards Pakistan is due mostly to its emerging global rivalry with China, in which India has been chosen as Washington’s strategic partner whereas...

/ May 12, 2019

Newsletter: Issue 14 (March 4, 2019)

This is a review of news and analysis pertaining to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and related regional connectivity and security issues, covering the period of November 15, 2018 – February 28, 2019.

/ March 4, 2019

A Brief History of China-Pakistan Relations and CPEC

A concise pre-history of CPEC up to its formal launch in 2015.

/ February 22, 2019

Newsletter: Issue 13 (November 16, 2018)

This is a review of news and analysis pertaining to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and related regional connectivity and security issues, covering the period of September 14 – November 14, 2018.

/ November 16, 2018

China’s Grand Strategy: More Power, More Problems

A feeling of insecurity continues to dominate Chinese statecraft, even as the country has made remarkable leaps economically and militarily.

/ November 16, 2018
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad, Pakistan on September 9, 2018. (Photo Credit: Government of Pakistan)

Imran Khan Heads to China

Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan headed to China on November 1 for his first visit to the country since taking office this summer. Khan hopes for assistance to ease his country’s ongoing economic crisis and aims to chart out an...

/ November 4, 2018